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Bentley Extends Commitment to Siemens PLM Software
The 3D computed-aided design (CAD) world continues to be co-opetitive. Many of the situations where fierce competitors end up using each other’s tools in their

microstation example  in support of its MicroStation V8i (SELECTseries 3) software products, Bentley Systems, Incorporated, will now add Parasolid Bodyshop, and D-Cubed Profile Geometry Manager (PGM), and expand the deployment of the JT Data Format. Bentley expressed its interest in the ability of Bodyshop to “heal” (i.e., repair, optimize, and validate) imperfect 3D geometry imported from third-party CAD systems. For its part, D-Cubed is a geometry constraint solver and a set of calculation libraries that have been

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